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Action | Adventure
Frame Rate:
24 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
118 min
IMDB Rating:
6.8 / 10 
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Directors: Jaume Balagueró [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Thom, a genius engineering graduate is interested in the Bank of Spain's safe. The Bank building is more than 100 years old, with no building blueprints available and a security system that includes an underground river that will flood the safe room if their walls are breached. As soon as Thom learns that a legendary lost treasure is going to be held at the bank's safe for just 10 days, he devises, together with charismatic art dealer Walter "Cunningham" a detailed plan to breaking in. They will only have 105 minutes to do so, while the Bank's staff will be distracted, watching the 2010 Football World Cup final match , played by Spain's national soccer team and broadcast on a giant screen, coincidentally placed just in front of the Bank of Spain building.


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Great First 5 Minutes, Then Oh Dear!

Brilliant start, with some beautiful visuals, although they missed the trick of the correct way to shoot from hundreds of years ago, to present day in one shot, but on we go.

I confess I'm not overly familiar with Highmore, but within seconds I looked up from what I was doing with a gasp of 'what'! He sounds like & has the charisma of a librarian talking through a sock & a thick one at that, I barely got half of what he was saying & the embarrassing 'you're a genius kid' dialogue was cringe. How Freddy is where he is, surely is a testament to the ridiculousness of Hollywood, or most films of today. PS - I like librarians.

Famke Janssen, when I realised that's who it was, appears to have had an argument with herself & taken it out on her face. My advice, as someone who's had a little nip tuck Ms Janssen, is to leave it a little longer before you agree to filming & or get a lawyer versed in medical malpractice.

As to the 'movie', I went & put the kettle on.

A Tiresome Plot Reworked for the 25th Time

The movie starts off slowly but little by little it turns into a total dud. The only suspense is trying to figure out how soon it will be over. The ending, if you can put all the pieces together, turns into a total letdown. This is strictly a "Who cares?" movie. However, if you're on a date, your date will do anything to avoid having to watch it, if you get my drift.

Annoying characters

The little 'I'm an engineer' genius-virgin guy is very annoying, I was hoping something bad might happen to him.
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